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YourGreenMuse reviewed Superman #25 Sep 8, 2020
2.0

I want to drop this so badly, but I can't because it's Superman.

Superman #25

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ivan Reis
Released: Sep 9, 2020

New Villain Alert: Introducing Synmar!
A colossal new threat to Superman, the planet Earth, and the DC Universe arrives on the scene in this special issue! The unique warrior called Synmar was created to represent an entire alien race. He’s trained his entire life-but for what purpose? As the antithesis of everything Superman stands for, ...

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Liem Duong - Oct 22, 2020

? Why waste money on something you don't like. This is a business by the end of the day. You force changes by putting your money where the problem is. You are saying that even if you hate this book, you would still buy it. See this is why bad writers still write. Because at the end of the day, it doesn't matter what you say, that writer still receives a paycheck. All bendis saw was money flowing through the door, and ignored whatever comments bombarded him.

Fizgoog - Oct 23, 2020

Yeah mate but I have every issues since 120 and am keeping my run going. I’ve long since given up on the hope that DC give a shit but here’s a word I want you to think about. “LOYALTY”. Look it up. I know your generation has the attention span of spaghetti but loyalty is the reason many of us old school types are outraged. Maybe enough pressure and the creators might be compelled to pick up their game.

9.0

This reminds me a lot of Tom King's work, what with the mystery and conspiracy theory going on. This was an amazing debut. Tynion has really come into his superstar status working on DN Death Metal and Batman with DC, as well as his independent work, latest of which is the Department of Truth, which Tynion plays with the idea that every conspiracy theory had truth in it.

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The Department of Truth #1

By: James Tynion IV, Martin Simmonds
Released: Sep 30, 2020

SERIES PREMIERE! Cole Turner has studied conspiracy theories all his life, but he isn't prepared for what happens when he discovers that all of them are true, from the JFK assassination to flat Earth theory and reptilian shapeshifters. One organization has been covering them up for generations. What is the deep, dark secret behind the Department of...

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Liem Duong reviewed Alienated #6 Oct 6, 2020
8.5

*** Reviews the entire series ***

This was an amazing book by Spurrier, he has been on fire with his work in the Sandman Universe and independents like Alienated. This series, its focus on teenage problems, while it sounds stupid on the outside, how Spurrier handles it with such real emotion and touch, it really helps people understand why people feel, well alienated. This book strives more

Alienated #6

By: Simon Spurrier, Chris Wildgoose
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Reeling from the devastating effects of Chip's true powers, the Sams have a terrible choice to make. As they face off once and for all, Chip - and the town of Tangletree - hangs in the balance.
  

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Liem Duong reviewed Year Zero #5 Oct 6, 2020
6.5

This was a fine ending. Not great tbh, alot of what was built up, didn't really come to anything I found satisfying to conclude the story. Art is still great, loved the colors in this book especially. But yeah, it was not that killer ending I was hoping for, though I shouldn't have expected it given that Percy will expand on this world in the future. Solid finale.

Year Zero #5

By: Ben Percy, Ramon Rosanas
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Benjamin Percy ( Wolverine ) and Ramon Rosanas ( Star Wars: Age of Resistance ) present an epic tale that offers a global look at the Zombie Apocalypse. A Japanese hitman, a Mexican street urchin, an Afghan military aide, a Polar research scientist, a midwestern American survivalist - five survivors of a horrific global epidemic who must draw upon ...

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Liem Duong reviewed Batman #100 Oct 6, 2020
4.5

Idk if it was the fact King was off the title or my expectations for an event titled " Joker War ", but this does not hold up to the amount of hype going in. All of Joker's planning and set-up all culminated in this extra size issue, and while playing with a really cool idea of the evolution of the relationship between Joker and Batman, is just muddled by all the fillers that happened prior and ma more

Batman #100

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Oct 7, 2020

“The Joker War” comes to a city-shattering conclusion as Batman battles The Joker in a brutal, no-holds-barred duel! This is a fight 80 years in the making, and its outcome won’t just change Batman’s life-it will change Gotham City for years to come! Plus, catch the first glimpse of the new villain known as Ghost-Maker! And after the senses...

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Liem Duong commented on this:
6.0

JT4’s story is still like a piece of shit as always. However, I found the artist James Stokoe is really awesome! JT4 f**k off, I want to read an issue written and drawn by Stokoe about the clown hunter.

Batman: The Joker War Zone #1

By: Sam Johns, Laura Braga
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Gotham City is a battleground as The Joker takes over the Wayne fortune and wages a street war against the Dark Knight and his allies! Enter the "war zone" with short stories featuring characters like Cassandra Cain, Stephanie Brown, and Luke Fox and see how they're fighting back in a city under siege! Also, the brutal full debut of the mysterious ...

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Liem Duong - Oct 2, 2020

His Joker looked horrible not going to lie

6.5

Really liked some of the stories in here, others were whatever. Overall, is this tie-in worth it? I don't think so, to be honest didn't need have half the pages in this one shot. A Serious House has some EXCELLENT dialogue and art, Family ties was nice too. The Symbol was whatever, though had some nice art. Queen Ivy was I guess some set up for Pamela and whats coming in 2021? Clownhunt, didn't li more

Batman: The Joker War Zone #1

By: Sam Johns, Laura Braga
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Gotham City is a battleground as The Joker takes over the Wayne fortune and wages a street war against the Dark Knight and his allies! Enter the "war zone" with short stories featuring characters like Cassandra Cain, Stephanie Brown, and Luke Fox and see how they're fighting back in a city under siege! Also, the brutal full debut of the mysterious ...

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Liem Duong reviewed Wonder Woman: 1984 #1 Sep 30, 2020
4.0

The book that broke to Soyboys on the internet cause of an ugly variant has finally come, and what have I heard about it? Nothing, guess it really is all talk and no bite. Nevertheless, this book is not very good at all.

With the first story, the writing was full of cheese, the story wasn't nothing special, the kids were forgettable, if you really want to read this cause of WW84, then more

Wonder Woman: 1984 #1

By: Anna Obropta, Bret Blevins
Released: Sep 30, 2020

In these tales that tie in to the upcoming Warner Bros. movie Wonder Woman 1984, when a failed burglary attempt causes a hostage situation at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Diana Prince is forced to leave her teenage tour group behind so that Wonder Woman can save the day! But will Wonder Woman be able to bring 10 gunmen to justice and ...

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Liem Duong reviewed Wonder Woman #763 Sep 30, 2020
6.0

This was a somewhat disappointing ending. Alot of people don't like the art, I don't really have a problem with it now. For me, it was probably a false sense of perception. After reading Tamaki's debut issue, I had high hopes for this arc, even if it was predictable. And while it didn't completely let me down, it didn't really grab me in as much as I wanted it to. Probably my change in expectation more

Wonder Woman #763

By: Mariko Tamaki, Carlo Barberi
Released: Sep 30, 2020

A brand-new foe has made her presence known in the life of Wonder Woman, and Liar Liar isn’t going anywhere! In this issue, this unhinged young villain is revealed as the mastermind behind the psychic phenomenon spreading chaos across the globe-but is there more to her than meets the eye? Maxwell Lord is about to find out the hard way, with a bom...

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6.5

Art is very 90s like. Gedeon uses a really old school style of art, but with something like Metal, it doesn't feel too out of place, honestly I think that have Gedeon doing the art for this one was quite unique. This tie-in deals with what has been going on across the Multiverse during this event so far as Perpetua consumes universe after universe, and how whats left of the Justice League is attem more

Dark Nights: Death Metal: Death Metal Metaverse's End #1

By: James Tynion IV, Juan Gedeon
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Perpetua, mother of all existence, has culled all life and creation in the Multiverse, condensing all beings to one planet: Earth-Prime. In her quest for power and dominance, she rules absolutely and in totality, using her children-the Monitors and Anti-Monitors-as her heralds and destructors. But a group of heroes has banded together across multip...

5.5

This whole arc, I wasn't really into everything that was going on, but at least I had some fun with what there was. But to be honest, this wasn't a thrilling or lets say well done ending to what is the final arc of this volume as Lobdell prepares to leave. We get a time throw up with the previous Outlaws because why not, and how things ended with the whole Bizarro fiasco with the Trigon stuff left more

Red Hood and the Outlaws #49

By: Scott Lobdell, Paolo Pantalena
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Jason’s ongoing war against the Untitled comes to a sudden, startling and tragic end with the help of…Red Hood and the Outlaws?! But to protect the world, one of his teammates must make the ultimate sacrifice for the greater good!

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Liem Duong reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #2 Sep 29, 2020
9.0

An excellent second issue. This issue moves forward and starts peeling back on many fronts on what this series is aiming to do. I will admit, I was kind of underwhelmed to the build-up of how exactly there is Three Jokers, not because the build-up is poor by any means, but because it looks like ideas or tropes that have been used in the past. Nevertheless, I was not really bothered by the idea of more

Batman: Three Jokers #2

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Sep 30, 2020

As Batman and Batgirl follow an unexpected thread linking the three Jokers with someone from the Dark Knight’s past, Red Hood dives headfirst into trouble and finds himself struggling to stay afloat without the aid of his allies.
Batman: Three Jokers continues its trajectory as the ultimate examination of The Joker and his never-ending con...

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8.0

A great follow-up issue. We are now following Canto and his squad to the village where his friend Aulaura lives, only to see it wasted in ruins. Again, the art in this book is spectacular, both the pencils by Zucker and colors by Astone has provided some of the best fantasy fairy tale art I have seen in comics. This issue is more action oriented to add some dynamic to the story while explaining wh more

Canto II: The Hollow Men #2

By: David M. Booher, Drew Zucker
Released: Sep 23, 2020

Book 2 of Canto continues! Canto leads his friends on a journey to save his people and his first stop is his friend Aulaura, the mysterious warrior who helped him fight the Furies in the City of Dis and escape from the Shrouded Man. But what shall they do when they find Aulaura's village full of hollow men?

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Liem Duong reviewed Gideon Falls #25 Sep 23, 2020
8.0

Visually, this is some of the best work I have seen from Andrea Sorrentino on pencils, David Stewart on the colors, and Steve Wands on letters. Seriously, WOW. The first six or so pages is done with absolutely masterful techniques by all three. This issue in short starts to come full circle and present revelations about the craziness that has been going as the series approaches it finale at Issue more

Gideon Falls #25

By: Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino
Released: Sep 23, 2020

"WICKED WORLDS," Part Four The Bishop will finally reveal the secrets of the Multiverse to Angela...IF she can survive long enough to hear them!

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DDJamesB - Sep 29, 2020

I think the answer with angela has to do with she already living her life. If you remember she meets herself in one of the previous issues as if she knew what already has happened. In this issue the bishop mentions angela telling him where shed be but that is referring to her counterpart that died in the other issue.

8.5

These tie-ins are continuously getting better and better for Death Metal. This made extra special as Williamson's last note on Wally West and his legacy after his final run on Flash. What Williamson does so well is recapping about 3 years of Wally West within three pages, and not making it boring. Art by Barrows is amazing, seriously wow, Death Metal has some fantastic artists working on their boo more

Dark Nights: Death Metal: Speed Metal #1

By: Joshua Williamson, Eddy Barrows
Released: Sep 23, 2020

It's the drag race from hell in this one-shot tie-in to Dark Nights: Death Metal! Taking place after the events of Dark Nights: Death Metal #3, the Darkest Knight is after Wally West and his Dr. Manhattan powers. Thankfully, Wally has backup in the form of Barry Allen, Jay Garrick, and Wallace West! It's a knockdown, drag-out race through the Waste...

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Liem Duong reviewed Flash #762 Sep 22, 2020
9.0

Farewell Williamson, farewell. A monumental finale to four years of great Flash comics and a final love letter to Barry Allen and the Flash family. What, for whatever cheese the first three issues of this final arc pulled out, this one hits the gut. It wraps together the legacy of Flash, moving past old grudges, and reminds us what makes Flash such a great hero in the first place. Don't fret, for more

Flash #762

By: Joshua Williamson, Howard Porter
Released: Sep 23, 2020

“Finish Line” finale! Barry Allen and the Reverse-Flash race for the last time in this fast-paced conclusion. For years, Eobard Thawne has tormented Barry Allen, and now the Flash knows the only way to win is to make sure the Reverse-Flash never runs again! The story years in the making comes to a close as Joshua Williamson finishes his epic 10...

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Liem Duong reviewed Seven Secrets #2 Sep 19, 2020
8.0

So this issue kind of slows down and explains the truckload of set-up and action thrown at us in Issue #1. Like a recap if you will. And as a follow-up issue, it does its job splendidly. Forgot to mention this in the first issue, but the art is fire. Di Nicuolo on pencils with Baiamonte on art makes for this vibrant, high energy art-style that fits the pacing and environment of this book. In this more

Seven Secrets #2

By: Tom Taylor, Daniele Di Nicuolo
Released: Sep 16, 2020

After a deadly attack on the Order, their youngest member Caspar must step forward to keep the world safe from the Seven Secrets with the power to destroy it. But surviving The Trials doesn't mean just becoming the next Holder of a great Secret - it also carries dangers that will change Caspar's life in unimaginable ways...

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Liem Duong reviewed Old Haunts #4 Sep 19, 2020
6.5

Kind of underwhelmed the direction it went after Issue #3. So Myrick kills Donny's guys, and it seems that the Made men are in deep ass trouble, but then Myrick is just socked out the story? What? This FBI agent, I want her to be important, but the way Williams/Masters is taking her deflated the stakes of this issue. Though there are some saving graces of this book. This undead/supernatural elemen more

Old Haunts #4

By: Ollie Masters, Laurence Campbell
Released: Sep 16, 2020

Three Made Men, standing at the brink of retirement, find their unbreakable bond put to the ultimate test when they are suddenly - and literally -  assaulted by the ghosts of their past. Confronted by decades of buried secrets - resentments, affairs, double-crosses, and murders - the three friends have no choice but to unearth the deepest...

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Liem Duong reviewed Dead Day #3 Sep 19, 2020
7.5

So things are escalating on all fronts. Parrott is handling a multi-viewed story and pushing plot in a more dramatic sense. There is some dragged out dialogue pages, but its accompanied with some stellar art work by Bornyakov. I feel like the twist that came at the end of Remy's confrontation with his killer was quite awkwardly done?, though it does set up a much bigger story. How Parrott sequenc more

Dead Day #3

By: Ryan Parrott, Evgeny Bornyakov
Released: Sep 16, 2020

Jeremy attempts to track down the monster responsible for his murder as well as uncover the terrifying secret behind it. Brandon finds himself amongst the dead and at the heart of the Revivalists' most sacred ritual.
From writer Ryan Parrott (OBERON, VOLITION, Power Rangers) and artist Evgeniy Bornyakov (DESCENDENT, YOU ARE OBSOLETE) comes an u...

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Liem Duong reviewed Stillwater #1 Sep 19, 2020
9.0

Wow. What a debut. Chip Zdarsky is one hell of a writer, and he is laying it down with Stillwater. Wow, such and explosive yet eerie issue. A mix of subtle horror, mystery and super-natural concepts bundled in this town called Stillwater, where nobody in the city dies. Pulling A Stephen King but is still original in style and execution. The writing and dialogue is superb. Following a jobless man n more

Stillwater #1

By: Chip Zdarsky, Ramon K. Perez
Released: Sep 16, 2020

SERIES PREMIERE! Nobody dies. In the town of Stillwater, that's not just a promise. It's a threat. Join superstar writer CHIP ZDARSKY (THE WHITE TREES, Daredevil) and Eisner Award-winning artist RAM N K PÉREZ (Jim Henson's Tale of Sand, Jane) as they dive into a world of horror and intrigue in this new ongoing Skybound series.

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Liem Duong reviewed Join the Future #5 Sep 17, 2020
9.5

Hell Yes. Clem went all Home Alone on them. This is the end to what seems to be just the first arc. Kaplan, Kowalski and company may be leaving now, but this is most certainly not the end. How Kaplan wraps this thematic struggle between technology and primitive ways, it is executed to perfection in this book. From the action, dialogue, the development of Clem, this book fires off on all cylinders more

Join the Future #5

By: Zack Kaplan, Piotr Kowalski
Released: Sep 9, 2020

The Future. A high noon showdown between country vs city, independence vs technology, and individual vs society. Clementine is the sole remaining resident of Franklin, and the only thing standing in the way of its decimation. Armed only with a revolver, her wits and her unwavering willpower, she will have to draw against the futuristic lawmen of th...

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Liem Duong reviewed Captain Marvel #21 Sep 17, 2020
6.5

It was fine. The whole Captain Marvel mini Empyre segment was fine. This issue just wraps up the small conflict with Carol as Accuser and her half Sister Lauri'ell, and while she is a fun goofball with huge arms, this issue was pretty bland. It had some great action in this issue, but the writing just didn't really grab like the last two. A cool thing is that Lauri-ell became the Accuser, albeit i more

Captain Marvel #21

By: Kelly Thompson, Cory Smith
Released: Sep 9, 2020

EMPYRE Tie-In!
A CAPTAIN'S LEGACY - THE ACCUSED FINALE!
The rise and fall of the Supreme Accuser. The end of a war, the end of an ERA...and the birth of an even more dangerous world. Carol Danvers must make a choice that will define her life and the lives of those closest to her.  
Rated T+

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Nickweiser reviewed Iron Man #1 Sep 16, 2020
7.0

I was intirigued by the direction till Patsy got offended by the word Man. I laughed and stopped reading.

A shame since Cantwell seems to have a good voice for Tony but if characters care more about being pc than focusing on the story then ill pass.

Iron Man #1

By: Christopher Cantwell, Cafu
Released: Sep 16, 2020

BIG IRON!
Tony Stark is looking to restart his engine. He decides he's going back to basics, putting away his high-tech toys and high-profile image so he can get his hands dirty again. It's time to dig into the guts of real machines, put on some old-fashioned metal and fly.
But can he really lay that Stark-sized ego down? Life isn't that s...

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YourGreenMuse - Sep 19, 2020

It's like every time you respond, you make it even clearer that you were offended by the content. You're perpetuating PC culture even more than this comic has by being so incredibly sensitive to a single sentence. if you care more about being pc than focusing on the merits of the comic then ill pass.

Rinaldi - Sep 19, 2020

@YourGreenMuse I gotta disagree with you. The line your talking to stood out to me as well. I stopped reading for a second and rolled my eyes. Then I finished the comic.

Liem Duong reviewed Iron Man #1 Sep 17, 2020
7.5

Gotta say, the Alex Ross covers are to die for, and I really love how he draws Iron Man. Anyways, this was a good debut. Many writers for the past decade of so say that they were going to " get back to basics " with Iron Man. Well Cantwell is the only writer who actually stook by that promise with this debut.

Iron Man was just not an interesting hero for the past decade and no writers more

Iron Man #1

By: Christopher Cantwell, Cafu
Released: Sep 16, 2020

BIG IRON!
Tony Stark is looking to restart his engine. He decides he's going back to basics, putting away his high-tech toys and high-profile image so he can get his hands dirty again. It's time to dig into the guts of real machines, put on some old-fashioned metal and fly.
But can he really lay that Stark-sized ego down? Life isn't that s...

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Liem Duong reviewed Thor #7 Sep 17, 2020
8.0

A great transition issue done with finesse, style, and overall great execution. There was always this lingering theme Cates has been pushing in Thor, and its that ever since he became All-Father, Mjolnir seems to become heavier to him. This is the issue where Thor finally confronts that realization, and how it ties to this vision he had in the previous issue.

Cates doesn't need any acti more

Thor #7

By: Donny Cates, Aaron Kuder
Released: Sep 16, 2020

SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH MJOLNIR... And this is a poor time for the All-Father of Asgard to lose his primary weapon. The Golden City is in chaos after Galactus' ill-timed visit, and there are new threats on the horizon. Thor needs his hammer now more than ever...and yet the Uru grows heavier with every passing day. What will it take for the God of T...

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6.0

Sigh. Slott's style of dialogue is annoying, its reminds me of Bendis. This issue is WAY TOO VERBOSE. I just did the same thing and skipped pages. Using alot of small bubbles excessively, it just becomes a chore to get through. However, even despite all the walls of words, Slott does manage to pull put some great moments, especially with Thor. This just serves to cap off the entire conflict with t more

Empyre: Fallout: Fantastic Four #1

By: Dan Slott, Sean Izaakse
Released: Sep 9, 2020

• The fate of all future Kree/Skrull Wars is placed in the hands of... Reed Richards and his family, the Fantastic Four.
•  This is NO standard issue of a Marvel Comic, True Believer. Two MAJOR TURNING POINTS for THE ENTIRE MARVEL UNIVERSE will take place here!
•  Also in this issue... The Profiteer returns, but is she here for r...

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7.5

For a slog of an event, I liked this epilogue, at least it ended on a good note. If only this insurrection made by Emperor R'kll wasn't so poorly rushed in the main event. I did like that this was a sweet tribute to Mar-vell, Though it was automatically spoiled by this whining that somebody didn't get a piece of the action. Though this issue is a really good analysis of what responsibility and act more

Empyre: Aftermath: Avengers #1

By: Al Ewing, Valerio Schiti
Released: Sep 9, 2020

• The end of EMPYRE begins a new age for the Marvel Universe!
•  In the aftermath of the cosmic conflict, the forces gather one last time... but why? And at whose bidding?
•  New bonds will be forged, new families will be founded, and there's a new role waiting for Earth... but new destinies bring new...

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8.0

Picks up right when the Fantomex One shot ended. Now there seems to be so cohesion to what all of these one shots are talking about. The art by Dauterman is amazing. Some of his best work in style and composition is in these Dawn of X titles. Really liked how he drew floating eyeballs, just saying. I really like Hickman's take on how Storm chooses to combat this techo-virus she has instead of just more

Giant-Size X-Men: Storm #1

By: Jonathan Hickman, Russell Dauterman
Released: Sep 16, 2020

In GIANT-SIZE X-MEN: JEAN GREY & EMMA FROST, Hickman and Dauterman took Jean and Emma into Storm's mind to learn what had happened to her. Now they take the X-Men's resident goddess to the far end of the world to save herself!

Rated T+

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Justice League #53 Sep 16, 2020
7.0

This wasn't as bad as I expected, but it was mostly just set up. My biggest question coming out of this issue is, "Why did Nightwing and Hawkgirl get all Metal'd out?" They presumably came straight from New Apokolips, where they all looked like their usual selves.

Justice League #53

By: Joshua Williamson, Xermanico
Released: Sep 16, 2020

“Doom Metal” part one of five-the Dark Nights: Death Metal tie-in that will directly impact the finale of that event! Nightwing’s on a mission to free the Legion of Doom from Perpetua’s clutches.  But to do so, he’ll need the help of none other than…Lex Luthor?! The surprises are only just beginning, as Nightwing, Lex, and a new Justic...

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Liem Duong - Sep 16, 2020

Nah it was just an art choice. This literally picks up from Death Metal #3, so it should just follow one after another. Nevertheless, I like their design, its fire.

YourGreenMuse - Sep 17, 2020

The Nightwing one is cool. I'm not so sure the Hawkgirl one fits my tastes.

Liem Duong reviewed Catwoman #25 Sep 16, 2020
8.0

So DC are like addicted to selling these " anniversaries " even though they are not even worth to celebrate. Seriously, chill with them. Nevertheless, this was quite a stellar book, better than the Cat-woman anniversary special. Ram V. is an amazing up and coming writer, and his talent spills of the page, accompanied with some great art for all three stories.

First story picks up write more

Catwoman #25

By: Ram V, Fernando Blanco
Released: Sep 16, 2020

A tie-in to “The Joker War”! Catwoman returns to Gotham City to get even with the people who stole her plans and used them against Batman…and if you’re the Riddler or the Penguin, you better watch your back, because Catwoman is coming to claim what she deserves…and that’s everything! Plus, two bonus tales: One a story about Catwoman goi...

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